A study from the University of Montana finds people in rural areas are not following public health advice. Andrew Meyers co-authored the research and says they compared people’s likeliness to follow measures like frequent hand-washing and wearing masks with who they trusted for health information. He says rural and urban areas diverge on who they trust and notes health messaging hasn’t always been consistent.
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